“Then came upon a world in ruins an anxious youth. The children were drops of burning blood which had inundated the earth; they were born in the bosom of war, for war. For fifteen years they had dreamed of the snows of Moscow and of the sun of the Pyramids. ” ― Alfred de Musset, The Confession of a Child of the Century
anxious youth, subject, and noun phrase? Why may it get placed after everything? I may not get what sentence, grammatically, one may report this? May it seem like passive? I may think in passive, it may go object verb subject. Here it seems to go came verb, a world in ruins noun phrase(object[?]), an anxious youth noun phrase, subject?
And may For in this get utilized like a conjunction?